The new Spider-man game from Marvel could be the best superhero game ever, with the perfect mix of fun and openworld gameplay, plus good writing.
Drew and Chella pick the five games that define them in some way. It’s a difficult task, but some games just stay with you and make you the gamer you are today. This episode of Argue the Toss reveals those 10 games – you know because there’s two of them.
Drew and Chella talk tabletop roleplaying games and what they love about them. They discuss how their group works, their favourite games and how to get started.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout is the sixth in the Mission: Impossible series and it goes all out on Tom Cruise stunts. It even goes a bit Uncharted in the end. Despite this Drew and Chella feel its a good Mission: Impossible, but not the best.
Drew and Chella take a look at the evolution of stealth games, just as the latest episode releases for the Hitman Summer Pack.
Hereditary and The Witch are the horror hits of summer 2018. Drew and Chella discuss both films, which share stories of family dysfunction and psychological horror, but tackle them in different ways.
The games from E3 2018 spanned everything from pirates to cyberpunk, but which ones are worth keeping an eye out for? Drew and Chella decide on Argue the Toss – the geek and gaming podcast.
Solo: A Star Wars story wasn’t a hit at the box office, but it delivers a fun, entertaining space adventure with some nice moments and some misfires.
Games rarely have a properly happy ending, preferring nightmarishs, dark worlds of zombies, violence and despair. Drew and Chella discuss why there’s no happily ever after in games, unless they’re romances or for kids.
The ATT Team have been to see the latest battle royale featuring nearly the entire Marvel Comics Universe, and return with well-considered, correct opinions which you may now use to replace in your head all other criticisms and analyses that you have previously listened to or read.